Teaming Tips To Connect
While you stay at home during COVID-19 and work remotely or do home-schooling, connect with your family, friends, and colleagues (virtually) using these fun activities and tips! We post a new activity or tip every Tuesdays and Thursdays!
Activities You Can Play at Home
You know how frustrating it can be to pull out Saran wrap? It always snags and starts sticking together, and before you know it, you've got a ball of plastic wrap that isn't good for anything. Well, not anymore. Now you can make a game out of creating a ball of Saran wrap full of prizes inside that will be fun for the whole family. So, get ready to unwrap and make memories with this Saran wrap party game!
In this game, goodies like candy, dollar bills, and other small items are all wrapped up in a ball of saran wrap. The idea is to place all the items between layers of the wrap. Once you've created a large ball made primarily of the dreaded Saran wrap but also interspersed with gifts, each player takes a turn pulling as fast as possible of the plastic when they roll doubles with two dice, until the goodies come tumbling out.
Everyone starts with one cup. The cups will be tossed around the circle to the person next to you and caught with cups, causing the stack to grow with each successful catch. Each toss must be a “toss” and not a “drop”.
One person will start by tossing their cup to the person next to them, who will then use their cup to catch it. If it is caught, the catcher will then toss all of the caught cups to the next person in the circle, then the "tosser" will then get a new cup from the middle. If it's missed, then the person who missed the catch will still toss to the next person, but will only toss the cups that have been caught. When one's stack of cups is dropped or missed, he or she is allowed to rebuild the stack before the next toss.